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Mahendra Singh Dhoni (India)
India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni didn't lose a single Test series in 2010 and is probably the best captain the country has produced till date with maximum number of wins under his belt. Dhoni is known to have a good cricketing brain and has the experienced Sachin Tendulkar to fall back on.

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Misbah-ul-Haq or Shahid Afridi (Pakistan)
It's either going to be Misbah-ul-Haq (right) or it will be Shahid Afridi (centre) who will lead Pakistan at the World Cup.
Misbah led Pakistan's Test team against South Africa and New Zealand. The team drew the series against the Proteas but won 1-0 against the Kiwis. That makes him a tough contender, but he will be Afridi's deputy in the six-match ODI series against the Kiwis starting on Saturday.
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Ricky Ponting (Australia)

An illustrious batsman and an illustrious skipper as well. But of late, Ricky Ponting's team does not seem to be supporting his cause. Ponting is aiming to retain the World Cup, but it will be a tough task considering the poor form of his players.
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Daniel Vettori (New Zealand)
Daniel Vettori is known to be a thinking captain and will need to keep his thinking cap on during the World Cup. A fine left-arm spinner, Vettori has even shared the burden of batting when the chips are down. But he has confirmed that he would be stepping down from captaincy after the World Cup.
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Andrew Strauss (England)
A good team and their Ashes exploits have left England even more battle hardened. Skipper Andrew Strauss is in form and will be looking to carry on the momentum during the World Cup.
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